A modern reappraisal
This book provides a re-appraisal of Carl Jung’s work as a personality theorist. It offers a detailed consideration of Jung’s work and theory in order to demystify some of the ideas that psychologists have found most difficult, such as Jung’s religious and alchemical writings. The book shows why...
Published June 4th 2014 by Routledge
Evidence from Korea and Taiwan
The traditional walls between banking, insurance and securities markets are breaking down as a result of deregulation and liberalization of financial services. The cross-buying of financial services has become a global trend as a part of the convergence of financial services. This trend has...
Published April 14th 2014 by Routledge
Jung and Searles is the first in-depth integration of the psychotherapeutic models of C.G. Jung and Harold F. Searles. Combining Jung's theoretical depths with Searles' liberating approach to the analytic process, David Sedgwick bridges the rift between analytical psychology and psychoanalysis and...
Published April 9th 2014 by Routledge
In the end it all comes to nothing
Jung’s psychology describes the origin of the Gods and their religions in terms of the impact of archetypal powers on consciousness. For Jung this impact is the basis of the numinous, the experience of the divine in nature and in human nature. His psychology, while possessed of a certain claim to...
Published April 6th 2014 by Routledge
The dynamics between the ‘psychological’ and the ‘spiritual’
In what ways does psychological development differ from spiritual development and psychological experience from spiritual experience? Bringing together two disparate theories under a trans-disciplinary framework, G. C. Tympas presents a comparison of Carl Jung’s theory of psychic development and...
Published March 16th 2014 by Routledge
Esoteric symbol of Jung’s life and works
The figure of the alchemical Mercurius features ubiquitously and radically in Jung’s later works, but despite this, there has been little research concerning Mercurius in Jungian studies to date. In this book, Mathew Mather explores the figure of the alchemical Mercurius and contextualises and...
Published February 26th 2014 by Routledge
Series: Academia Sinica on East Asia
As environmental history has developed as growing sub-discipline within the study of history, great emphasis has been placed on the importance of adopting an interdisciplinary approach. Indeed, as Environmental History in East Asia shows, by drawing on research and methodologies from the fields of...
Published December 4th 2013 by Routledge
Jung and the Question of Science brings to the foreground a controversial issue at the heart of contemporary Jungian studies. The perennial debate echoes Jung’s own ambivalence. While Jung defined his analytical psychology as a science, he was aware that it did not conform to the conventional...
Published December 1st 2013 by Routledge
God and evil - A critical comparison
This book brings together the work of Carl Gustav Jung and Hans Urs von Balthasar, two of the most creative thinkers in psychology and theology in the twentieth century, to critically compare their ideas on the perennial question of God’s involvement with evil. In later life Jung embarked on a...
Published October 22nd 2013 by Routledge